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If success in fiction depends on creating characters who seem not just believable but actual, then Cary Holladay succeeds wildly in Horse People, the latest issue in the Yellow Shoe Fiction series out of LSU Press.
If contemporary women breezed through their middle-age years, there'd be no need for books like Tao Flashes. But they don't—we don't. This knowledge prompted local author Lisa G. Froman to publish this gift-worthy collection of reflections.
How about a break from the latest literary sensations? Forty years ago, Eudora Welty of Jackson, Miss., won the Pulitzer Prize for The Optimist's Daughter, her last work of published fiction. The anniversary of this achievement is a fitting time to reach for this superb short novel.
There's a benevolent force in children's media named William Joyce, and his creative haven is Shreveport. By any measure, 2012 has been a banner year for him.